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His Exile Was Intolerable

作者: Anka Muhlstein
   
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Anka Muhlstein




The Impossible Exile: Stefan Zweig at the End of the World


by George Prochnik


The Grand Budapest Hotel

a film directed by Wes Anderson

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On February 23, 1942, Stefan Zweig and his young wife committed suicide together in Petrópolis, Brazil. The following day, the Brazilian government held a state funeral, attended by President Getulio Vargas. The news spread rapidly around the world, and the couple’s deaths were reported on the front page of The New York Times. Zweig had been one of the most renowned authors of his time, and his work had been translated into almost fifty languages. In the eyes of one of his friends, the novelist Irmgard Keun, “he belonged to those that suffered but who would not and could not hate.”

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作者: Anka Muhlstein
发布者: yibei
 
创建时间: 2014-04-23
更新时间: 2014-05-13
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书集: The New York Review of Books
分类: 英文RSS精选